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  1. Monica Arnold

    Monica Arnold

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    Singer, songwriter, actress

  2. The Boy Is Mine

    The Boy Is Mine (1905)

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    The Boy Is Mine is the second studio album by American recording artist Monica. It was released by Arista Records on July 14, 1998, in the United States. The album deviated from the formula of her 1995 debut album Miss Thang, as she had more creative control over the material she wrote and recorded; a step that she considered a "natural progression". On the record, Monica worked with a variety of producers and writers from different genres such as gospel, R&B, and pop, including frequent collaborators Dallas Austin, Colin Wolfe, and Daryl Simmons. Additionally, she wrote and produced the album's material with David Foster, Diane Warren, Jermaine Dupri, and Rodney Jerkins and his Darkchild crew, some of which would become household names on subsequent albums.


  3. Still Standing

    Still Standing (2010)

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    Still Standing is the sixth studio album by American R&B recording artist Monica. It was released on March 19, 2010 by J Records. Recording for the album began in 2007, in which the singer intended to take a more traditional approach to the genre and take away any "gimmicks." As executive producer of the album Monica enlisted a variety of producers including involvement by Missy Elliott, Bryan-Michael Cox, Stargate, and Jermaine Dupri. Production on Still Standing was chronicled by Monica's BET reality series of the same name which was aired between October 2009 and January 2010.


  4. After the Storm

    After the Storm (2003)

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    After the Storm is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Monica, first released on June 17, 2003 through J Records. Recording was handled by several producers including Jermaine Dupri, Missy Elliott, Rodney Jerkins, Jazze Pha, Soulshock & Karlin, BAM & Ryan, Bryan Michael Cox, and Kanye West. Originally intended for an 2002 release under the title All Eyez on Me, the album was delayed numerous times, following the leak to Internet file-sharing services and heavy bootlegging after its Japan-wide release. Monica subsequently recorded new tracks and released the album under the new title, After the Storm.


  5. All Eyez on Me

    All Eyez on Me (1905)

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    All Eyez on Me is the third studio album by American recording artist Monica. Named after its same-titled lead single, it marked the singer's first record under Clive Davis' J Records roster and was first released on October 21, 2002 in Japan. The tracks on the album are a mixture of uptempos and ballads, which are basically inspired by contemporary R&B and soul genres; it also features elements of hip hop, dance pop and gospel music, crafted by musicians suchs as Dallas Austin, Bryan Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, and Soulshock & Karlin.


  6. The Makings Of Me

    The Makings Of Me (2006)

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    The Makings of Me is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Monica, released by J Records on October 3, 2006. Built upon the hip-hop, gospel and quiet storm styles of its predecessor, After the Storm (2003), Monica wanted her follow-up project to sound "very close knit and intimate". Consequently, she enlisted producers including her longtime collaborators Jermaine Dupri, Bryan Michael Cox, and Missy Elliott and new partners including The Underdogs, Tank, LRoc, Swizz Beatz, and Sean Garrett.


  7. New Life

    New Life (2012)

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    New Life is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Monica, released by RCA Records on April 6, 2012. It marked the singer's debut release with the company following the disbandment of her former label, J Records in October 2011. A musical continuation of her commercially successful 2010 album Still Standing, Monica started working on the album only weeks after the release of the former. She reteamed primarily with frequent writers and producers, including Bryan-Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri, Missy Elliott, and Cainon Lamb but also collaborated with new and upcoming producers such as singer Rico Love, whose songs replaced much of her cousin, producer Polow da Don's original material.


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